The inaugural event will link four technical mountain bike races across western North America into one cohesive series.
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FKT competition continues to gather momentum, with Geoff Kabush, Pete Stetina and a rider named Timon Fish posting fast times on Kokopelli recently.
The three-time Olympian shares his thoughts after months of testing a prototype gravel suspension fork.
Peter Stetina and Kristen Faulkner won Saturday's Super Sweetwater, the original event of California's Grasshopper Adventure Series.
Gravel riders and race promoters are wary, if somewhat curious, of UCI boss David Lappartient's comments that the governing body may hold a gravel world championships.
The 2019 Dirty Kanza featured hot temperatures, sunshine, and a compelling battle in both the men's and women's races. VeloNews photo director Brad Kaminski was in Emporia this year to capture all of the action from the weekend.
On a hot streak after winning his first marathon mountain bike national championship, Russell Finsterwald takes an emphatic win in the most technical race in the Epic Rides series.
Geoff Kabush won his third Iceman Cometh MTB classic, but this year he left the mountain bike at home and instead rode a gravel rig.
Ted King and Kaitlin Keough won the Dirty Kanza 200 gravel race on Saturday in Emporia, Kansas.
Here's your weekly round-up of interesting news from the worlds of gravel racing, mountain biking ... and all things dirt.
For the second time in three years, Luna’s Georgia Gould ended her mountain-bike season as winner of the Iceman Cometh Challenge in Traverse City, Michigan
Kabush gets redemption after missing out on national title the day before, narrowly out-sprinting Winnipeg local rider Sunday
Kabush looks to secure his sixth Canadian cyclocross national title in Winnipeg, and talks about his motivation to stay competitive
Canadians return to Traverse City for victories in season-closing mountain bike event
The race marked the first time the Missoula XC has included a short-track event
Four names will be selected from the 13-person list of nominees to represent Canada in London
Organizers promise "showdown kin to that of Whiskey Row's heyday as the quintessential old west town inhabited by unruly gunslingers"
FORT COLLINS, Colo. (VN) – Geoff Kabush made his cyclocross season last weekend at the New Belgium Cup. The Maxxis-Rocky Mountain rider scored a pair of podiums at the second stop of the Exergy U.S. Gran Prix of Cyclocross after airing doubts about his season on Twitter last week.
Geoff Kabush finally gets back on top of the podium in Fort Collins.
Singletrack.com recently caught up with four North American contenders for the podiums at the World Cup final at Windham, New York and at the mountain bike world championships at Mont Ste Anne — Georgia Gould, Katie Compton, Geoff Kabush and Todd Wells.
Kabush on a tear and Koerber ends dry spell in New York. But it's Jeremy Horgan-Kobelski and Catharine Pendrel who take overall Pro Mountain Bike Cross Country Tour titles.